Saturday, 30 July 2016

MAC Sheer Loose Setting Powder Review



This is another product that I got in my first MAC haul. I got this power to set my whole face. I am a full matte kind of girl and I like all my foundation to be set into place to make it last all day and not move a little bit. And I have normal to oily skin, so if I don’t set my foundation I can look like an oily mess.

I chose this powder because I went into store and checked the consistency of them. I didn’t want anything too thick and heavy that would make it feel cakey. I got this powder in the colour NC40 to match my skin tone and that is the colour that I get in the Studio Fix Fluid, but I have to say that I didn’t find them to match up very well.

I thought that this powder was much darker than I expected it to be. I thought this would go hand in hand with my Studio Fix Fluid, but I thought this was more like a NC50. I do like how this powder sets everything in place. I like to apply I using a powder puff then using a Real Techniques Powder Brush I knock off all the excess product. This gives a nice and sheer coverage.





Recently I have gone off using this all over my face though. I just thought that what is the point in doing all the steps of contouring and highlighting just to go in with a face powder all of the top that would hide all my blending skills.

However, I do like to use this product to bronze up the outer areas of my face. Like I said this is darker than I first wanted it to be so if I apply it just on my forehead and my cheekbones it makes me look bronzed without trying too hard.


I do like this powder however I must honestly say that I would recommend something else over this such as the MAC Set Powder, you get more for your money and it is translucent.




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